To Haiku'm It May Concern: Living your best life even when mercury is in retrograde (Paperback)
A Haiku is a Japanese short form poem. Traditional Japanese haiku consist of three phrases that contain a kireji, or "cutting word". The three phrases in a haiku comprise of 17 syllables total in a 5, 7, 5 pattern, and a kigo, or seasonal reference. Similar poems that do not adhere to these rules are generally classified as senryū, or in Sir Harvey Fitz's case of being an air bender of rules they are classified as "superdopetastic" and have mumbo sauce on them.
To Haiku'm It May Concern is Harvey's literary introduction via a collection of cherished haiku poems that he has written over the years. These haiku can be referenced for encouragement, euphemism, affirmation, and even a good laugh. Readers will find bits and pieces of themselves on every page. Lovers of poetry and first time readers alike will enjoy these poems and find themselves reciting and sharing them in their everyday conversations, interactions, and social media posts. They are aha moments with poetic vibes.